Lara Curran interviews the Irish painter Vigne-Welsh and the Slovenian sculptor Mršek about their upcoming exhibit at Galeria Augustine in Santa Apolónia and learns how two different approaches gelled in Lisbon.
It wouldn’t be the first time. Or the second.
Adapted and directed by Suresh Nampuri, Sartre’s classic takes influence from Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s novel Elective Affinities.
“From language barriers and bureaucratic challenges to housing costs that have been driven higher by foreign investment, some expats say that life in Portugal hasn’t met their expectations,” Bloomberg writes. Color us surprised! Related:
Alexandre Alagôa’s film When I Close My Eyes I See Everything sets out to strip away the contexts and references that muddle and complicate our experience of vision.
If you’re in Lisbon, things are about to get very colorful and loud.
If you are looking for properties costing €40,000 (per square meter, not the whole place) — or more — you may need to go to Paris, but here in Lisbon we got some for around $30K/sqm.
Saturday’s Eurovision viewing party will be made complete by local Portuguese drag queens, Palestinian dabke dancers, and attendees from all over.
Until October, four themed walking tours will help people discover how Lisbon was built and experienced over different periods of the city’s history. David Felismino of the Museu de Lisboa shares his thoughts with Atlas.